The REAX is our first launch in the Top Shelf category. The black solid REAX features a unique core design that utilizes a patented technology matched with an aggressive reactive coverstock combination to provide strong and continuous motion on medium to heavy oil. Our testers have all raved about the performance differences that are based on scientific design and testing. The powerful hook motion of the REAX will certainly attract attention on the lanes.Learn more...
When we designed the 503A, we were looking for something that would complement our other offerings in the 500 series. The 508A, which was released last spring, offered the reaction people expect from our “A” series with a touch stronger read of the mid-lane. With the 503A, we wanted to go with the traditional skid/flip type of reaction.Lead more...
Brunswick Aura Paranormal and Ringer Combo
In this combo pack, 1 Brunswick Aura Paranormal and 1 Brunswick Ringer. Get the best Aura around you with the Brunswick Aura Paranormal bowling ball.
900 Global Bullet Train and Hook Combo
The Bullet Train S79 Hybrid coverstock is best suited for heavy to medium-heavy oil volumes. To harness the energy from the more aggressive S79 coverstock the Combustion Core now features a 2.55 RG and 0.040 Diff. This pairing produces a strong mid-lane reaction with plenty of continuation.
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Manufacturer’s Intent: We had one main objective when developing the next 700 series ball. We wanted a ball that offered the traction that our consumers have come to expect from the “T” series while retaining more energy for the back end of the lane.
Core: Before we selected the coverstock, we knew the Helmet core would provide the extra recovery at the back end of the lane that we wanted. We had a lot of success with the Helmet core in our 706A and we wanted to keep it rolling with the 706T.
Overall: The 706T is ideal for medium to heavy oil lane conditions. The lower intermediate differential allows it to store more energy through the front part of the lane compared to its predecessor, therefore having a stronger impact with the pins resulting in higher scores.Learn more...
The Most Exciting Release of the Summer!
The Ebonite Source is the most exciting release of the summer for the Ebonite Brand!
The Cover of the Source is our XL2000 cover that is an attractive Purple and Black mix. The core is the Mission Core….the XL2000 cover and the Mission core provide an outstanding core/cover match! Color Black | Purple Reaction Length with Strong Backend Continuation Coverstock XL2000 Pearl Factory Finish 800 Abranet, 1000 Abralon, 2000 Abralon, Polished with Powerhouse Factory Finish Ball Polish Core Mission Mass Bias .013 Weight 12# -16#Learn more...
The Diva skids easily through the front and mid-lane revving hard on the backend providing a strong and continuous motion on medium-oily to light oil lane conditions.Read more...Ebonite Champion
Bowlers have raved about the new RCS veneer system that was introduced on the Challenge. On the Champion, we have made the RCS Reactive Pearl, enhancing this great cover with an UNIQUE FINISHING PROCESS. Read more...
Brunswick Nexxus Solid, likning even more strikes together! Nexxus Solid from Brunswick.
The Addaptive ƒ (P+R) Solid coverstock is Brunswick’s newest innovation in performance enhancing additive chemistry. ƒ (P+R) describes our latest formula that combines our new (P)rojection and our new ®ecovery additives together to create our most aggressive coverstock to date. The Projection additive easily pushes the super aggressive coverstock down lane where the Recovery additive connects with the lane for an extraordinary backend hook motion. Being able to combine multiple additives in a coverstock allows Brunswick to effectively fine tune the length, mid-lane and backend characteristics of the ball.
The new Nexus Rotor core integrates a center stabilizing capsule and two vertical flip claws. The center stabilizing capsule revs quickly to control the mid-lane. As the axis migrates and the core lays down, the vertical flip claws take over maintaining the rev rate for a strong continuation through the backend and powerful drive through the pins.
The Nexxus ƒ (P+R) is so strong it extends the limits of our Ball Comparison chart. With its 1500-grit Siaair micro pad finish, the Nexxus ƒ (P+R) offers our highest hook potential and most continuation of any Brunswick ball to date.
With an extraordinary ball motion the Nexxus ƒ (P+R) skids through the front, saves axis rotation in the mid-lane and grabs the backend for unbelievable continuation on medium to heavy oil lane conditions.
The Nexxus ƒ (P+R) can be drilled using the standard drilling techniques developed for asymmetric bowling balls.
The unique core shape of each individual ball is used for weights from 14 to 16 pounds. This approach to lightweight ball engineering provides bowlers with consistent ball reaction characteristics across this weight range. At 12 and 13 pounds, Brunswick uses a generic core shape with a RG-differential that is close enough to the 14 to 16 pound shape so the same drilling instructions can be used.
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Posted by Eddie on 29th Feb 2012
The Nexxus f(P+R) is the third release in this line. The deisgn for this ball was to be a little more angular off the spot when compared to the Nexus f(p+f). Also to be stronger overall as well.
I drilled mine with the intent to smooth it out. The original Nexus privided me with enough back end. I used 40x5x40 with a hole in my PAP. This layout really lets me keep my angles smaller. Even with this layout the ball corners plenty. When comparing to the Nexus the double "x" is about 4-5 boards stronger. The ball taked surface adjustments very well.
This ball will be best used on heavier and longer patterns. Use this when you just need something to hook. This ball will get it done for you.
Posted by Robert V on 29th Feb 2012
You have to have this ball in your bag! Its a game changer! With the projection additive in the ball this dull coverstock of 1500 gets down the lane with ease, regardless of how the coverstock is altered. I recently used it in a tournament where players where all using pearilized equipment and I was playing the same part of the lane with the new Nexxus Solid. They were asking how does that ball not burn up energy? With is projection additive and recovery additive this ball is like no other you have every owned....it gets down lane with ease, and has great recovery allowing you as the bowler to not have to be so perfect. I have drilled both of mine for tougher conditions.. ball 1- pin up is a 35 x 4 1/2 x 30- this has made the ball be very smooth off the break especially for longer patterns, I've used it at our state tournament where I averaged 240 for 9 games which was a modified league shot, Ive used it on the cheetah, 2012 Nationals pattern at our bowling center, and on a flat pattern. I've been able to use it everywhere, and it hits like no other ball I've seen. Ball 2- pin down with a 65 x 4 x 60 degree drilling. This one gets going sooner than my previous drilling but keeps the predictible shape I like. I will be drilling one more as my "show" ball on league conditions, which I think would be the typical layout most bowlers would like with this ball because it will give them length and strong backend look and that will be... 70 x 5 x 30. Get one of these in your bag today, and watch your scores improve!
Posted by Pete on 29th Feb 2012
Excellent combination of midlane and angular backend. Relative to the Nexus p+f sanded, 4 and 1 further inside. I thought the Nexus p+f was a huge improvement fromm the CSystem Alpha Max, and a great benchmark ball for heavy oil. Never could carry with the Alpha Max. What I like about the NeXXus is that I get the angular breakpoint without having to create more axis rotation with the release. With the Nexus p+f, it was great until moving deeper inside. With the XX, no worries. It gives a similar ball motion to the Nexus Pearl, but obviously in a heavier oiled condition
Posted by Josh on 29th Feb 2012
Ball keeps the pins low and foor me it kicks the 10 out no matter how deep i get. I rolled it for the first time tonight. I had to put it away after the first game. For me i was 7 boards left of where i normally start. And i was 7-8 boards left at the arrows.
Way to much ball for me on the THS out of the box. When i get home from nationals i will tweak the coverstock and post another review.
Posted by Joe on 29th Feb 2012
This ball is STRONG. I haven't thrown this ball very much because I can't seem to find enough oil for this ball. Tournament time is around the corner so I am sure I will be throwing it soon. It starts up about a foot sooner than the Nexus Solid drilled the same. If I can get it to the spot it goes through the pins very well. As deep as I have to get with this ball you would expect to leave flat corners, but not with this ball. It snaps the corners out with ease. I will be drilling another one and putting some polish on it. I will let you know how that one rolls as soon as I can.
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